We Are In The Business of Healing

Williams DeClark Tuschman Co. L.P.A. has over 100 years of experience pursuing compensation for the injured.

Nationally Recognized Personal Injury Attorneys In Toledo

At Williams DeClark Tuschman Co. L.P.A., our Toledo personal injury lawyers are passionate about protecting clients’ rights by pursuing the compensation they deserve. We take personal injury and medical malpractice cases very seriously, understanding that when we represent clients, the outcome of their claim has a significant impact on their futures. Our injury attorneys are experienced, dedicated and have proven their abilities to help clients obtain just compensation so they can move forward.

Personal Injury Cases We Handle

With decades of experience and results behind us, no personal injury case is too complicated for our law firm to handle. Every case deserves justice. We are ready to help you win yours.

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Car Accidents

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Catastrophic Accidents

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Construction Accidents

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Medical Malpractice

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Nursing Home Neglect

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Birth Injury

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Truck Accidents

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Wrongful Death

If You’re Looking For Personal Injury Lawyers With Experience And Success On Their Side, Call For A Free Case Review.

Do I Have A Case For My Auto Accident?

The state of Ohio follows a modified comparative negligence rule, which means that even if you are partially at fault for an accident you can still receive compensation for your injuries. As long as you are not more than 50% responsible for the accident, your compensation will simply be reduced to the percentage you are deemed responsible for. Don’t wait to file your claim, the statute of limitations in the state of Ohio is only two years!

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Experience

Our attorneys have more than 100 years of experience fighting for people just like you.

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Results

We have recovered more than $500 million in verdicts and settlements for our clients.

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No Cost

Your first consultation is free, and we only collect attorney fees if we win or settle on your behalf.

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Nationally Recognized

Our attorneys have been recognized by top-level organizations both nationally and throughout the state of Ohio.

What Our Clients Say

[Our attorney] was so professional and kind to get what we deserved. Chad and Molly had our best interest in mind when they agreed to take our case. Thank you for your hard work to help us.”

– Angie, a former client

Recent Successes

$7,400,000

Medical Malpractice

$5,500,000

Medical Malpractice

$4,700,000

Catastrophic Accident – Severe Burns

$3,960,000

Medical Malpractice

Prior outcomes do not guarantee results. Each case is different – contact us to discuss your specific situation.

We are in the business of healing

After a serious injury or the loss of a loved one, your focus should be on your healing and your family. Let us focus on your legal case, so we can pursue a fair recovery to get you back to your life. We will communicate with the insurance company and any other parties on your behalf and keep you up to date on the status of your case.

During your free initial consultation, our attorneys will listen attentively to your story and answer any questions you have about your personal injury or medical malpractice claim. Then we will get started building the strongest possible case to recover maximum compensation for your losses. You are only responsible for fees and costs if we succeed in securing compensation for you. There is no cost to begin protecting your rights.

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